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Improve mediawiki search by using Solr or similar?

Search on our internally hosted mediawiki installation is very poor. Has anyone found an easy way to get better search capabilities, like Solr integration or some internal spidering system?
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Open source commenting systems for static pages - alternatives to Juvia? [closed]

Comments can be invaluable, and in fact they often are, being more interesting or insightful than the commented story. Sites like LWN, HN or Reddit often stands as proofs. So? Comments are precious ...
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What are good web apps to connect people in a University course? [closed]

I'm new at a University. I'm not a technology fanatic, but I'm a bit taken aback how little the possibilities of the Internet are used to help students connect. I mean, there's a document download ...
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Does there exist a Web-based office suite, not in the cloud? [closed]

Are there any collaborative web-based office suites that I could install on my own server? Something like Google Docs, without storing data on Google. I need at least a basic word processor and a ...
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Knowledge-tree alternative for document management self hosted apps? [closed]

Is there knowledge-tree document management alternative based on php and MySQL for self-hosted Knowledge management apps?
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Self-hosted encrypted password managers [closed]

I’m curious whether any self-hosted password managers other than the Clipperz community edn exist? I’m currently using it, but it is crude, unfinished (from a UI/performance perspective), and appears ...
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Self-Hosted alternative to Google Docs? [closed]

Is there any hosted, browser-based software - preferably running on PHP, but I'm ready to consider other possibilities as well - that comes close to the experience of using Google Docs? I'm interested ...
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Hosted vs. Installed

Given that a hosted service is an ad-supported freemium service, and that the installed service is free but takes hosting $$ out of your pocket, what are the generally advantages to either solution? ...